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Hungarian Covid Orphans' Fund.

09/15/2021 - Over 900 young children remain orphans or half orphans in Hungary and many more of Hungarian heritage in the USA due to Covid. Children who need help in their grief need to be supported in their lives. It is our duty to help them to the best of our ability. We are fundraising to support any of these families of Hungarian origin.

Together we can help every orphan, depending on what they need: scholarships, housing benefits, social benefits, transportation support, and many other forms of care that help the child develop, prosper, learn, and make a living. For orphans in Hungary we will donate the US contributions to the Regoczi Alapítvány, a private foundation founded by the President of Hungary János Áder for Covid orphans. Please donate here.

Together we can help the orphans of Covid. Please send your donation indicating it is for the Hungarian Covid Orphans' Fund to:

American Hungarian Federation
2001 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20036

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American Hungarian Federation
2001 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20036
(567) AHF-AMSZ (243-2679)

About our Logo

AHF's logo was designed by Bryan Dawson, AHF Vice-President. The 13 stars represent the original 13 colonies during the American War of Independence in which the Founding Father of the U.S. Cavalry, Col. Michael Kovats de Fabricy, died while leading the Continental Army cavalry he had trained in Hungarian Hussar tactics against a British siege of Charleston in 1779. At the "heart" of the logo is the historic Hungarian Coat of Arms representing our pride in our heritage and our goal to represent the interests of our members and the Hungarian-American community in these United States. Our logo represents Hungarian-American loyalty and unwavering historical commitment to the United States and to freedom, democracy, human and minority rights, and the ideals of our forebearers who, like Col. Kovats or the 1956 Freedom Fighters, were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for that freedom, "Fidelissimus ad Mortem / Most Faithful Unto Death."

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